Snohomish County dissolutions and marriage licenses


Amita Phambota and Navdeep Singh Phambota

Myrna Ronquillo and Bonifacio Ronquillo

Jennifer Hilgemann and Steve Hilgemann

Jednipit Abruska and Ervin Abruska

Lina Samford and Jeffery Samford

Dana Tyree and Jennifer Tyree

Silver Hernandez and Pedro Hernandez

Carmen Franco and Juan Flores

Derek Curtis and Wendy Walgamott

Carmen Gaspar and Victor Gaspar

Fabiola Jimenez and Roberto Acevedo

Beth Brown and David Brown

Kerry Hense and Shawn Hense

Charlene Joseph and Ian Joseph

Tanya Leaf and Andrew Leaf

Amelia Edens and Derrick Edens

Kelly Brock and John Brock

Ashley Kelsey-Tuttle and Desmond Gunnermann

Christy Marleau and Isaac Marleau

Adam Plunkett and Crystal Plunkett

Donald Ellingsen and Valerie Ellingsen

Patrick Hicks and Victoria Hicks

Natasha Dieng and Amadou Mbaye

Alyn Mankin and James Mankin Iv

Kayli Roth and Jose Ayala

Ruth Woods and Warren Woods

Susan Murphy and Shaun Murphy

Peneloppe Chanel and Devin Sebasstian

Ilene Glantz and Scott Clarke

Cathryn Falcon and Andrew Falcon

Anthony Posey and Deann Posey

Andrea Leon Mack and George Mack

Marriage Licenses

Prom, Chanbandith and Vuth, Sreyvin

Gipe, Kyle John and Wilson, Brittiany Renee

Leon, Mack Andrea Teresa and Mack, George Albert

Brown, Megan Leslye and Zebari, Nechirvan Salah

Sencil, Derek Rolan Rosario and Geronimo, Amalia Lynn

Leist, Sherry Lynn and Brewer, Patrick Terrance

Diaz, Castillo Maria Celsa and Vilchis, Pineda Enrique

Stransky, John David Jr and Tut, Andrea Melissa

Loverich, Thomas James and Dalgardno, Maria Angelina

Hino, Jeffry James and Nicholson, Christel Anna

Camanez, Patricia and Barton, Paul Wayne

Bailey, Christopher Eugene and Schultz, Sunni Jo

Prusi, Melissa May and Challman, Peter Kenneth Jr

Deoliveira, Angela Grace and Johnson, David Allen

Hernandez, Jill Christine and Duran, Jose Louie Jr

Ibsen, Jeffrey Joseph and Mark, Rasy

Scott, Nyah Antwanae and Dresie, Timothy Jeremie

Garcia, Garcia Brenda and Villavicencio, Ramirez Isaac

Matthews, Alonza Dehaven Ii and Leitu, Elizabeth

Furney, Andrew Franklin and Stoick, Marisa Kay

Policiuc, Bianca Dana and Paul, David

Picken, Karl Gene and Protzeller, Bridgette Milam

Craig, Mark Roy and Brown, Kristi Lynn

Torquato, Danielle Lynn and Nelson, Mark David

Faal, Ebrima and Mack, Santeen Nicole

Galvez, Dean Sam and O’Malley Cynthia Lynne

Chamberlain, Cherise April and Chamberlain, Justin Earl

Beauchamp, Sean Lewis and Beaver, Brianne Shevaun

Ingrum, Michael Dale and Nelson, Angela Jean

Anderson, Jordan Rochelle and Young, Tyler Ray

Boothby, Mary Jean and Alberto, Ronald Paulino

Mago, Guzman David and Hurtado, Resendiz Monica

Haslam, Arthur Brickwood and Haslam, Erin Jo

Gannon, Joseph Samuel and Nelson, Hannah Michelle

Scarborough, Donna Nichole and Emmel, Nathan Lee

Lopez, Christian and Flores, Lizbeth Anahi

Yoder, Nathan Douglas and Mcarthur, Katherine Lucille

San, Diego Mark Christopher and Mandery, Kristen Nicole

Hope, Michelle Rena and Rossnagle, James William

Murdock, Rachel Marie and Jaber, Ali Hasan

Hall, Casandra Ann and Cast, Paul Michael

Pearson, Theodore Raymond and Pearson, Kristin Kathleen

Jatta, Matarr and Njie, Amie

Woodcook, Jeremy and Rose, Jenifer Elizabeth

Storm, Jacob Charles and Brown, Cori Jean

Natallanni, Zander Xavier Noah and Reynolds, Marie Elizabeth

Manry, Timothy Fred Ii and Moore, Victoria Michelle

Hollingsworth, Michael Scott and Bondeson, Lori Ann

Pineda, Recinos Efrain Antonio and Torrescano, Hernandez Karina

Aleem, Mishaal and Jones, Nathanael Hamilton

Hodge, Tiffany Nicole and Rockwell, Robert Duane Jr

Flatter, Shelby Kay and Christensen, Damen Morris

Burling, Ricky Wayne and Schaefer, Tamara Marie

Giddens, Sean Thomas and Pennington, Brittany Nicole

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